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All of the big players offer the ability to sell puts. Fidelity, Schwab, Ameritrade, etc.

Other factors potentially relate to your account, not "the online brokerage":
a) IRA and 401K accounts can be restricted from certain activities and margin is not ever available to tax advantaged accounts. Margin is generally a blanket term that covers "buying power" in the case of selling puts to open because while you have no liability if the put expires worthless, without true margin you cannot close the contract (if required) without the full cash to cover sitting in the account.

b) without signing a margin agreement with the brokerage, you might end up similarly restricted from selling puts.
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